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Police support volunteer

Volunteering is a great way to get involved with your community and make a difference. We offer rewarding opportunities with a variety of roles.

Police support volunteer roles are not suitable for school or college work experience or placements.

If you can dedicate a few hours each week we want to hear from you.

As a volunteer, you will gain valuable skills, training and experience, which can help enhance your CV and future career opportunities.

No experience is required to become a volunteer as we will provide you with training, support and development opportunities. You will also learn about how we work as a police force. 

Volunteering roles

Police support volunteer (PSV) roles are unpaid positions, undertaken by those willing to give up their free, valuable, time. Volunteers assist us with improving the connection between the police and our communities and our aim of improving the quality of life for all.

We offer a variety of volunteering roles including;

  • cadet leaders
  • supporting victims and witnesses of crime
  • CCTV operatives
  • crime reduction
  • supporting local policing teams with community engagement projects
  • intelligence analysis
  • assisting various internal police departments
  • interviewers
  • role-players.

There are many other ways to volunteer and support our police workforce, such as;

We welcome people who are committed to helping us create a safer Cambridgeshire.

Apply to be a police support volunteer

If you are interested in becoming a police support volunteer in Cambridgeshire and are over 18 years of age, please get in touch with us by emailing

Our police support volunteer roles should not be considered for work experience or work placements.

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